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    Fernández, M. T.

    Humanising the Monster: Exploring the ways in which Interview with the Vampire and Bram Stoker's Dracula changed the representation of vampires in film

    2018 - University of London

    In-text: (Fernández, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Fernández, M., 2018. Humanising the Monster: Exploring the ways in which Interview with the Vampire and Bram Stoker's Dracula changed the representation of vampires in film. [ebook] University of London. Available at: <https://www.academia.edu/37830006/Humanising_the_Monster_Exploring_the_ways_in_which_Interview_with_the_Vampire_and_Bram_Stokers_Dracula_changed_the_representation_of_vampires_in_film> [Accessed 1 April 2022].

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    Stoker, B., Holwill, H., Alborozo, G. and Pitts, S.

    Dracula

    2019 - Penguin Books - UK

    In-text: (Stoker, Holwill, Alborozo and Pitts, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Stoker, B., Holwill, H., Alborozo, G. and Pitts, S., 2019. Dracula. UK: Penguin Books.

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    Weiss, A.

    Vampires and violets

    1992 - Pandora - London

    In-text: (Weiss, 1992)

    Your Bibliography: Weiss, A., 1992. Vampires and violets. London: Pandora.

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